The 21st Collingwood Elvis Festival is fast approaching and organizers are eager to welcome the public to the next era of the Elvis Festival.
2015 will see an emphasis on the first time visitor experience, and with more than 100 Elvis Tribute Artists expected, there will be plenty of lip curls and hip swiveling to entertain the returning fans
The Collingwood Elvis Festival website has also been re-launched with an easier to navigate, accessible design. The new design will make it easier for visitors, volunteers, and tribute artists to find the information they need to make the most of the 2015 festival. The new website design welcomes First Timers with a page full of information and special offers for those beginning their Elvis journey, including 1,000 free tickets being offered to the Thursday night Elvis Evolution arena show. For Returning Visitors itâ€™s easy to find details on parking, accommodations, the competition, and the newly introduced ticket packages.
The Festival's social media feeds are also highlighted in this new design, with many ways to stay connected through Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. The free Elvis Festival smartphone app is available for download, and offers visitors all the details they need to fully enjoy the Festival, including show details, schedules, maps and other special events. Fans can even purchase tickets to all arena shows through the app. For more information on the 2015 Collingwood Elvis Festival, and to download the app, visit the newly designed Festival site by clicking here.
You can also purchase tickets under The Giant Tent by clicking here.
About the Collingwood Elvis Festival
In 2015, the Collingwood Elvis Festival, the world's largest Elvis Festival, will celebrate 21 years of Vegas-style shows, tribute artist competitions, outdoor concerts, family activities, collectibles, a carnival and a classic car parade. Elvisâ€™s influence on music and culture means that we all have a little bit of Elvis inside us, whether you're a huge Elvis fan or if you're only familiar with his hits. At the award-winning Collingwood Elvis Festival, you can let loose, release your inner Elvis and feel a little bit like The King.